Woman Who Tattooed Her Eyeball May Lose Her Eye, Warns Others Against It
Catt Gallinger, the woman who tattooed her eyeball with purple ink, may lose her eye and now she’s warning others against the procedure. Get the scoop.
Woman Who Tattooed Her Eyeball Warns Others
Woman who tattooed her eyeball with purple ink may lose her eye and now she’s warning others against the procedure.
Three weeks ago, Catt Gallinger got a Sclera Tattoo (whites of eye tattoo) and things went terribly wrong resulting in her seeing a special to try to save her eye.
Catt took to Facebook to share photos of her gruesome eye and a stern warning to others.
so this was done by Eric Brown three weeks ago. As it stands I will have to see a specialist and am at risk of being blind if it doesn’t get corrected.
This was caused by undiluted ink, over injection, not enough/smaller injections sights. There are multiple people who can attest that my aftercare was good and any other part of what I am saying.
I am NOT sharing this with you to cause trouble, I am sharing this to warn you to research who you get your procedures by as well as how the procedure should be properly done.
I have been to the hospital three times, I had no furry pets to cause any dander, and I wash my hands every time I do anything with my eye, both before and afterwards.
I was on antibiotic drops for the first week and a half and have been on steroid drops for four days now, with little success at bringing down the internal swelling. The external swelling lasted for almost a week.
The photos show the day of (purple drop), the day after(swollen shut) and now three weeks later. I will add more throughout the process.
Just please be cautious who you get your mods from and do your research. I don’t want this to happen to anyone else.
I will be posting updates during the process publicly on my wall.
With all due respect, sis – I don’t need a warning not to tattoo my eyeballs.
I would assume that’s just common sense.
With that being said…I wish her well and I hope she won’t have to lose an eye as a result of a poor choice.